Hello and welcome back, Beauties!! Remember how I told y’all that I was looking to try more Indie brands? Well,I took the leap and checked out Pinky Rose Cosmetics after seeing they were having a sale on their single shadows. If you’re interested in seeing swatches and my thoughts on the shadows, just keep on reading.
Here is a screenshot of my order that I placed with Pinky Rose Cosmetics during their sale a few weeks back. I’d been on the hunt for a dark Army green shadow, so the shade Greenfield (last shadow on list) is what initially landed in my cart. Their single shadows are $3.99 each regularly, so they’re still a super affordable Indie brand. In addition to single shadows, they also have liquid lipsticks, lipgloss, eyeshadow palettes, lashes, and beauty tools.
In the image above, I’ve swatched all of the shadows with no primer underneath. The image on the left is without flash, and the one on the right was taken with the flash on my iPhone. As I hope the swatches show, these shadows are pretty pigmented. I found that, when I used them on the eyes, they were true to color and didn’t have a ton of fallout.
Today, I’m wearing Sedona in the crease, Vera Cruz on the lid, and Greenfield in the outer corner and lightly under the lower lash line. This photo was taken with the flash on my iPhone, just for the record.
So, I know you guys are waiting for me to get to the point, so here it is. I think that the Pinky Rose single eyeshadows are definitely worth trying out. They’re definitely a GET IT item for me, and I plan on purchasing more soon. The shadows are pigmented and blendable, and last all day on the eyes without getting creasy or weird. I didn’t have fallout under my eyes or all over my face from the shimmers or the mattes. The brand is cruelty-free, which is always great. And for $3.99 per shadow, you can’t beat the price or quality of shadow you’re getting with these.
Do you guys plan on picking up any Pinky Rose Cosmetics shadows? Let me know in the comments below.
Until next time, Beauties!! xoxo